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This image shows 10,000 circles. For each i=1,2,3,...,10000 the center of the i-th circle is: ((cos(38πi/10000))^3, sin(10πi/10000)) and the radius of the i-th circle is: (1/3)(sin(16πi/10000))^2.
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This image shows 15,000 line segments. For each i=1,2,3,...,15000 the endpoints of the i-th line segment are:  (sin(81πi/15000), cos(82πi/15000))  and  (sin(83πi/15000), cos(84πi/15000)).
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This image shows 10,000 circles. For each i=1,2,3,...,10000 the center of the i-th circle is: ((sin(38πi/10000))^3, sin(40πi/10000)) and the radius of the i-th circle is: (1/3)(sin(14πi/10000))^2.
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This animation shows a connection between 6,000 line segments and 20 cardioids. For each i=1,2,3,...,6000 the endpoints of the i-th line segment are: -(e^(-2πi/300-[(i-1)/300]π/10)) and -(e^(-4πi/300-[(i-1)/300]π/10)).
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